Content language objectives ( I-1). What are the elements of a strong content language objective?. Agenda items:. Analyze aspects of a content language objective (CLO) Identify parts of a CLO Write 1-2 CLOs as a group Questions. Parts of a Content Language Objective. 1: Content
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What are the elements of a strong content language objective?
* The objective does NOT need to be posted, however all of these parts should be seen throughout the lesson by the observer and should be explicitly taught to your students.
What are students learning?
What domain will I specifically target in this lesson?
How will students use language in this lesson?
What grammatical structures of the language and/or what academic vocabulary will I expect my students to use?
What will my leveled (1-2, 3-4, on grade) language learners need to understand the content?
-Sensory Supports (manipulatives, magazines, videos, TPR, realia, illustrations)
-Visual Supports (graphic organizers, tables, graphs, number lines, maps, etc)
-Group Supports (partners/pairs, triads, cooperative groups, internet, diverse groups by academic levels or language
Students will orallyexplain,using sequential words (first, second, …), how to solve a system of linear equations by graphing with their partners:
a) using labeled cards
b) using discussion cards
c) using multiple pairs of linear
Students will orally infer how technology impacts war by using cause and effect language with:
a) sentence stems
b) a list of causal language
Directions: On scratch paper identify the content, function, form, domain, and supports used in the above content/language objective.
4.1 Multiples of Equal Groups
Objectives: To review multiplication and equal groups; and to provide opportunities to solve and write number stories involving equal groups
Students activate prior knowledge and monitor their thinking as readers.
Getting the Meaning—Use knowledge from their own experiences to make sense of and talk about text. (2nd grade Unit 2 lesson 2)
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